Mission accomplishment is important to a unit based on the simple fact it’s the core, the purpose, and the overall. It’s
There are various steps in accomplishing a mission. Every mission has a different goal to achieve and depending on that said goal, the actions that are needed may vary.
Steps in a mission are significant in the idea each step in of itself is a goal. It would be difficult to achieve a broad and very general goal without having steps. Steps insure a steady, successful progression to mission accomplishment.
The Marine Corps has developed six leadership steps:
• Begin planning
The “begin planning” step can be considered more of a brainstorming phase. During this phase, there are multiple considerations that are needed to be kept in mind. These considerations are as followed: who, what, when, where, how, and why. Example: who is going to be need, what items are going to be needed in order to accomplish the mission, where will the mission be accomplished, how long will the mission take, and when will these actions be carried out.
Beginning a plan doesn’t necessarily mean combat related, it pertains to any situation. Take for example, a plan will need to be conducted if a coworker has a habitual habit of being disobedient.
• Arrange for reconnaissance
Arranging for reconnaissance may seem that it can only pertain to the combat lifestyle, but in reality it can relate to any environment, even that of an office. This step is needed for the gathering of unknown information. By gathering unknown information, it enables you to conduct the appropriate actions needed in accomplishing the mission.
Using the coworker with a disobedient behavior, arranging for reconnaissance is finding out why the coworker may be acting out so frequently. In doing so, you may discover that he/she is having troubles at home, has unresolved issues in their past, isn’t coping well to the work environment or some other issue, the possibilities are...